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ELECTORAL JUSTICE

Across the country, women of color are leading the movement against voter suppression

The 2020 election is less than nine months away. With so much at stake, and with Black and...

Carolyn Copeland
ELECTORAL JUSTICE

Latinx women push to hold lawmakers accountable on right-wing voter suppression schemes

Latinx people confront voting rights challenges nationwide, including language barriers, voter roll purges, and underhanded right-wing tactics designed...

Carolyn Copeland
ELECTORAL JUSTICE

Asian American women are on the front lines protecting voting rights for overlooked 'model minority'

When people think of voter suppression, Asian Americans aren’t typically the first ethnic group that comes to...

Carolyn Copeland
ELECTORAL JUSTICE

Native American women are defending voting rights and building power in the process

Though the 1924 Indian Citizenship Act granted American citizenship to Native people and provided voting rights (under...

Carolyn Copeland
ELECTORAL JUSTICE

Black women’s fight for the franchise is reshaping democracy

This year, Black voters are expected to account for a quarter of every primary ballot cast. Since...

Carolyn Copeland
ELECTORAL JUSTICE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Court of Appeals rules Florida can't hold voting rights hostage for payment of fines

Affirming a lower court decision in Jones v. DeSantis, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th...

Anoa Changa
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